Cam Martin (MSSU) named All-American

Martin averaged 22 pts, 9 rebounds this season
Cam Martin (MSSU) named All-American

Missouri Southern’s Cam Martin has been named a a third team All-American by the Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association.

This comes after Martin has already been named 1st team All-MIAA, 1st team All-Region, named to the Central Region All-Tournament team and named 1st team All-District.

RELEASE FROM MISSOURI SOUTHERN ATHLETICS:

Missouri Southern sophomore Cam Martin has been named an All-American today as the Division II Conference Commisionser’s Association announced its Division II Men’s Basketball Awards today.

Voted on by sports information director’s throughout Division II, this is Martin’s first All-American honor as a Lion as he was named a third-team selection this year. He had previously been named a first-team All-Region selection by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, as well as the CCA and was a first-team All-MIAA selection and a member of the Division II Central Region All-Tournament Team.

Martin averaged 33.7 points and 12.5 rebounds in the tournament as he tied the Missouri Southern single-game three-point record with nine made against Washburn in the opening round. He scored 46 points in that game and that stands as the 10th-most in a single game in Division II (tournament) history. He helped the Lions set the team record for single-game three’s in that game as well as Southern made 22 which was one off the single-game tournament record.

This year, Martin became only the second Lion ever to score 700 plus points in a single-season joining Taevaunn Prince. He finished the year averaging 22.5 points and 9.7 rebounds, while shooting 61 percent from the field, 35 percent from the three-point line and 82 percent from the free throw line. He led the MIAA in scoring, defensive rebounds, double-double’s, free throw percentage, free throw’s made and attempted, total field goals made and total rebounds, while ranking second in rebounds per game.

Martin ranked third nationally in free throws made and double-double’s, while ranking fourth in free throw attempts, 10th in field goal percentage and total points, 12th in total rebounds, 15th in scoring and 22nd in rebounds per game.

The complete All-America team is listed below.

2019 D2CCA Men’s Basketball All-America Teams

First-Team
Name

School
Pos.
Ht.
Yr.
Hometown

Will Vorhees**
Notre Dame College
F
6-8
Sr.
Lima, Ohio

Joey Witthus
Northwest Missouri State
G
6-7
Sr.
Chanhassen, Minn.

Shaun Willett
Queens University
F
6-4
Sr.
Palm Bay, Fla.

Amir Hinton
Shaw University
G
6-5
Jr.
Philadelphia, Pa.

Ryan Quaid
West Texas A&M
G
6-6
Sr.
Fort Collins, Colo.

Second-Team Name

School

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

Daulton Hommes
Point Loma
G
6-8
Jr.
Lynden, Wash.

Alex White
University of Findlay
F
6-7
Sr.
West Chester, Ohio

Tommy Bolte#
Concord University
G
6-1
Sr.
Chillicothe, Ohio

Andrew Sischo
Daemen
C
6-9
So.
Guilderland, N.Y.

Jonathan Lawton
Florida Southern
G
6-2
Sr.
Williamstown, N.J.

Third-Team Name

School

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

Marquill Smith
West Georgia
G
6-4
Sr.
Miami Gardens, Fla.

Cam Martin
Missouri Southern
F/C
6-9
So.
Yukon, Okla.

Gage Davis
St. Cloud State
G
6-4
Sr.
Bolingbrook, Ill.

Ryan Bruggeman
Southwest Minnesota State
G
6-0
Sr.
Pelican Rapids, Minn.

Tim Guers
Saint Anselm
G
6-3
Sr.
Langhorne, Pa.